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is an Emeritus Professor of Psychology, University of British Columbia, where he has taught and conducted research for some 35 years, and President of Darkstone Research Group Ltd., a forensic research and consulting firm. He has devoted most of his academic career to the investigation of psychopathy, its nature, assessment, and implications for mental health and criminal justice. He is the author of several books, including Without Conscience: The Disturbing World of the Psychopaths Among Us, and more than two hundred chapters and scientific articles on psychopathy. He is the developer of the Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (PCL-R). He consults with law enforcement, including the FBI and the RCMP, and is a member of the Research Advisory Board of the FBI Child Abduction and Serial Murder Investigative Resources Center (CASMIRC). Find more at

Among his most recent awards are the Silver Medal of the Queen Sophia Center in Spain; the Canadian Psychological Association Award for Distinguished Applications of Psychology; the American Academy of Forensic Psychology Award for Distinguished Applications to the Field of Forensic Psychology; the Isaac Ray Award presented by the American Psychiatric Association and the American Academy of Psychiatry and Law for Outstanding Contributions to Forensic Psychiatry and Psychiatric Jurisprudence.



is an Industrial and Organizational Psychologist. Paul coaches, consults with, and trains business professionals on how to spot and manage the corporate psychopath. He is the author of Snakes in Suits: When Psychopaths Go to Work, with Robert D. Hare, as well as many scientific articles and book chapters, and is currently developing an assessment instrument entitled the B-Scan for use in employee selection and succession planning. Dr. Babiak has appeared on many popular television and radio programs, and has been interviewed by newspapers, business magazines and science journals, including The New York Times Magazine which cited his unique contributions to the study of corporate psychopathy in the December 2004 "Year In Ideas" special issue. He is vice president of the Aftermath: Surviving Psychopathy Foundation, created to advance research on, and provide support for, victims of psychopathy.



is professor Emeritus at Stanford University, where he has taught psychology for more than 40 years. He has received numerous awards and honors for his research, teaching, media, and social service from many professional organizations. Among his more than 400 publications are best-selling trade books, Shyness, The Lucifer Effect, and The Time Paradox. He has been described as the face and voice of modern psychology based on his creation and narration of the PBS-TV 26- program series, Discovering Psychology. His current mission is creating everyday heroes around the world via an organization he founded and is president of


is the Pearce Miller Research Professor of Literature at Northwestern University, Chicago, and a recent Guggenheim fellow. A London-born literary critic and intellectual historian, he teaches and writes about literature, psychology, and psychiatry. His books include Shyness: How Normal Behavior Became a Sickness (Yale University Press, 2007), winner of the 2010 Prescrire Prize for Medical Writing (France) and translated into five other languages, and The Age of Doubt: Tracing the Roots of Our Religious Uncertainty (Yale University Press, March 2011). His work has appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, and New Statesman and Society. He writes a blog for Psychology Today called Side Effects.


is a practicing psychotherapist in Connecticut and the author of Manufacturing Depression and The Noble Lie. He has written about the intersection of science, politics, and ethics for many publications, including Harper's, the New Yorker, Wired, Discover, Rolling Stone, and Mother Jones, where he's a contributing writer.


is the author of COMFORTABLY NUMB: How Psychiatry is Medicating a Nation, as well as the memoir SONGS FROM THE BLACK CHAIR. He is a Lecturer in Psychiatry at the Yale University School of Medicine and has worked for many years in shelters and halfway houses for the homeless mentally ill and former prisoners.


is a Professor in the School of Medicine and the Division of Social Sciences at the University of California, San Diego. He was recently named a Fellow of the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation and one of Foreign Policy's Top 100 Global Thinkers. James's work lies at the intersection of the natural and social sciences. His primary areas of research are social networks, behavioral economics, evolutionary game theory, political participation, cooperation, and genopolitics (the study of the genetic basis of political behavior).

James has been interviewed by Stephen Colbert and was named "most original thinker" of the year by The McLaughlin Group. His research on genopolitics with Chris Dawes has been featured in New York Times Magazine'sYear in Ideas, and his research on social networks with Nicholas Christakis has been featured in Time's Year in Medicine (twice), and in Harvard Business Review's Breakthrough Business Ideas.


is an internist and social scientist who conducts research on social factors that affect health, health care, and longevity. He is Professor of Medical Sociology in the Department of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School; Professor of Medicine in the Department of Medicine at Harvard Medical School; and Professor of Sociology in the Department of Sociology in the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences. He is the Master of Pforzheimer House in Harvard College.

His current research focuses on health and social networks, and especially with how ill health, disability, health behavior, health care, and death in one person can influence the same phenomena in others in a person's social network. In 2009, Christakis was named by Time magazine to their annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world. In 2009 and in 2010, he was listed by Foreign Policy magazine in their annual list of Top 100 Global Thinkers.


is a Czech playwright, essayist, poet, dissident and politician. He was the tenth and last President of Czechoslovakia (1989-92) and the first President of the Czech Republic (1993-2003) He has written over twenty plays and numerous non-fiction works, translated internationally. He has received the US Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Philadelphia Liberty Medal, the Order of Canada, the freedom medal of the Four Freedoms Award, and the Ambassador of Conscience Award. He was also voted 4th in Prospect Magazine's 2005 global poll of the world's top 100 intellectuals. He is a founding signatory of the Prague Declaration on European Conscience and Communism.


is the founder and Managing Partner of Podia Consulting based in New York City. Podia is a firm that specializes in change management, leadership consultation and advising leaders on organizational effectiveness


is an American poet and essayist, a retired Wyoming cattle rancher, and a cyberlibertarian political activist who has been associated with both the Democratic and Republican parties. He is also a former lyricist for the Grateful Dead and a founding member of the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Since May 1998, he has been a Fellow at Harvard University's Berkman Center for Internet and Society.

Mr. Barlow (born October 3, 1947) has extensive experience in developing nations, having personally connected 10 African countries to the internet. He was called "One of the 25 Most Influential People in Financial Services" by FutureBanker Magazine, "The Thomas Jefferson of Cyberspace" by Yahoo Internet Life, and a "Cyberspace Cadet" by the Wall Street Journal, which is fitting since he is credited with having coined the phrase "cyberspace".